Following the phenomenal success of the 2015 Global African Investment Summit, TGAIS is set to return soon for its 3rd installment.
TGAIS gathers together over 1,000 investors that control in excess of $400bn in funds and has the patronage and support of multiple African heads of state, the UK government and the business elite of Africa.
With networking support both before, during and after the event, TGAIS 2016 is your 365-day-a-year investment programme, offering year-round access to the most bankable public and private sector African projects.
What Makes TGAIS A Truly Unique Gathering?
TGAIS is not just a talk shop. The Summit is specifically tailored to help delegates achieve tangible outcomes through our highly-interactive Investment Projects Programme.
TGAIS has connected over 1,500 investors to hundreds of African public and private sector projects. In two years, over 12 projects have been agreed with governments in hydro-power, agriculture, housing, and roads as a result of the Summit.
The TGAIS stage welcomes world-class speakers ranging African Heads of States, prominent African and international CEOs and the world’s largest investors to share ideas, engage in debate and identify the latest trends and opportunities in Africa.
Business travel can be time-consuming and costly, especially to the African Continent. TGAIS gathers the key players relevant to multiple asset classes, all under one roof in the international hub of London.
Over two days, attendees have the opportunity meet African Presidents, Ministers, public and private-sector project owners, African business leaders, and global financiers & investors - See Who Attends & Why
To ensure maximum ROI, take advantage of:
- - Event app to pre-arrange meetings
- - Onsite Meetings Zone
- - Dedicated networking breaks, lunches and reception for all delegates
- - Day long networking area
- - Bilateral meetings and private presentation opportunities via sponsorship
In addition to attendance to TGAIS London, there are a number of services available to delegates to help continue their business development initiatives after the Summit. These year-round initiatives include:
"This has become, over time, the go to conference globally, looking at Africa and it's challenges. This conference has got the right balance: what are the challenges, but also highlighting the opportunities and good news as well."
"This event brings the real decision makers into contact with each other: the policy makers, a whole range of Ministers and Heads of State, CEO's people running capital markets and, of course, investors."
"It is amazing how this summit has been able to attract a good combination of business, government, social and strong personnel. It's unparalleled in being able to do that."
"This is the one forum that links entrepreneurs, various business ideas and Africa with the financial community, and that is something unique."
"Everybody who is important in the African sphere is altogether in one venue and that, of course, brings a lot of efficiency."